Hungarians rally again against ‘slave laws’

By John Mac, December 17, 2018

About 10,000 individuals have rallied in Hungary’s capital Budapest from brand fresh labor laws, which have been tagged “servant” legislation by rivals. Police fired tear gas to disperse protesters near it channel.

In what had been the fourth-biggest protest because the legislation was handed last week, the crows flew in the direction of parliament and the country television headquarters.

The episode was dubbed “Happy Christmas Prime Minister”. As becoming increasingly authoritarian Mr Orban is observed by his rivals. The government of Prime Minister Viktor Orban states the labor reform may help workers together with employers who need to fill out a labor deficit. New regulations imply employers wait for payment for this and may demand up to 400 hours of overtime a year.

The prime minister denies the claim. His governance Fidesz celebration has stated that the protests are the work of international mercenaries paid out by Hungarian-born US billionaire George Soros. Mr Soros has denied the accusations as lies directed toward developing a external enemy for the authorities.